The Eilbrunn farm is without a doubt one of the most well known estates in Crawford County. It has many names and many remember it as the Welch Baby Carriage mansion or Glenn Ellen. The estate is located near Steelville, MO and about 1.5 hours SW of St. Louis and in the heart of the beautiful MO Ozarks. The highlights are the large Spanish style mansion which overlooks lush cattle fields capable of running about 70+/- cow/calf pairs. There are 3 other homes on the farm as well as numerous outbuildings. There are 2 named flowing springs on the property as well as the Whittenburg Creek which meanders thru the farm. There are also 2 named caves located on the farm. The springs are incredible and could hold trout with proper management. There is a good balance of timber and lush pastures which make the wildlife population abundant. There is so much history and so many opportunities with this magnificent estate. This is truly a chance of a lifetime to purchase an estate that offers so much.
Main Level Full Baths:7
Main Level Half Baths:2
Upper Level Full Baths:1
Basement Description:Bathroom in LL, Poured Concrete, Cellar
Lot & Building Features
Construction:Frame, Stucco, Other
Parking Description:Circle Drive
Water:Pond, Well, Spring Water, River
Fireplace Locations:Bedroom, Family Room
Community and Schools
Elementary School:Steelville Elem.
Junior High School:Steelville Middle
Senior High School:Steelville High
Price History of 50 Long Spring Road, Steelville, MO
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